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Street Law, Inc.

Over 40 years of educating about law, democracy, and human rights

Resources for Juvenile Justice

Street Law, Inc. has a long and fruitful track record of partnering with juvenile justice professionals to serve court-involved youth. Across the nation correctional educators, youth workers, probation officers, and clinical staff attest to the benefits of our training and curricula. Street Law’s programs give young people essential legal knowledge, while helping them expand their cognitive skills, foster self-reliance, and inspiring them to be positive resources within their communities. Our programs have been effective in detention, diversion, correctional, and alternative schools, as well as in probation, after-care, re-entry, and other community settings.

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Programs
  • Customized Trainings for Professionals Working with At-Risk Youth
    Street Law can design and conduct training seminars for professionals working with at-risk youth.  We frequently provide a two-day training workshop for up to 20 personnel who will teach the Street Law lessons to students or clients.  This workshop will include all materials and a Street Law manual for each participant.  

  • Community Works
    Street Law can design custom training and provide technical assistance to juvenile justice professionals interested in creating law-related violence and crime prevention programming.

Recommended Web Sites for Additional Professional Development Opportunities

 

Articles and Research

Recommended Web Sites for Additional Articles and Research

Customized Curriculum Development

As a juvenile justice professionals, you may have specific needs that existing curricula does not meet.  Street Law staff can work with your facility/organization to develop law-related education curricula to suit the needs of a your program. 

Contact

To contract with Street Law to create a training/professional development event or develop a customized curriculum, please contact Deborah Foster.

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